After yesterday's wave of hotfixes, Blizzard has implemented a few more changes into Diablo 3, this time eliminating a few bugs encountered in the game as well as in its Auction House.
Ever since the release of Diablo III, Blizzard has been constantly updating the game, sometimes with a few unforeseen consequences
After witnessing a new wave of hotfixes going live yesterday, Blizzard has just posted a new list of changes it has already implemented into Diablo 3, so check them out below.
- Fixed a bug that allowed players to temporarily increase their attack speed or double-cast a skill by clicking repeatedly on Town Portal while performing an ability
- Identifying an item will no longer allow players to circumvent a skill’s attack animation cooldown
- Fixed some additional (but rare) game crashes
- Fixed a bug that was causing stacks of commodities in a player’s stash to update incorrectly if the items being sent from the Completed Tab were purchased from multiple different sellers
These changes are already live, so take them into account the next time you play Diablo 3.